Today's Broadcast//September 18
When attending church, single people often admit that they feel like second class Christians. But the Bible has a lot to say about the benefits of singleness.
Contrary to popular opinion, God’s plan for sexual boundaries isn’t repressive. His design for marital intimacy was intended to produce joy.
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God fully intended that husbands and wives would enjoy powerful expressions of their love through sexual intimacy. Honoring his plan brings pleasure, while abusing his plan delivers pain.
Those who don’t study history are destined to repeat it. So today, Pastor J.D. draws wisdom from the Old Testament–our greatest history book–revealing the tragic outcome when a society turns its back on God’s leading.
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Today we’re looking at the final chapters of the book of Judges. It’s a time when the Israelites turned their backs on God’s leading. They still acknowledged him with their lips, but they’d become, in essence, a nation of atheists. And we often fall into that same trap.
Samson’s incredible strength made him seem larger than life, but we’re finding out that we’ve got a lot more in common with him than we think. Just like Samson, we’ve all fallen into the trap of our own desires.
Pastor J.D. reveals that your own heart is usually your worst enemy. Today’s teaching represents the third part of a four-part message on the life of Samson.
Today, we’re continuing our study called Broken Saviors. As we come to the end of Judges later this week, we’ll find out that the entire book is just one portion of a much bigger story. And it’s all pointing ahead to a glorious ending!
Today on Summit Life, Pastor J.D. invites us to look at one of the most familiar characters in the Old Testament. His life teaches us that God can accomplish amazing things through ordinary people–when they submit to his leadership.
Everyone loves a good hot dog. But in a humorous and memorable illustration, J.D. Greear likens the creation of hot dogs to Christians who manufacture their own Gospel pulling together a little of this and a little of that.